Gabriel Clark is an English teacher with 12 years’ experience and an MA in TESOL and Applied Linguistics from Portsmouth University. He’s the “Clark” in Clark and Miller (www.clarkandmiller.com), a website that focuses on giving learners a deeper understanding of how English works through online courses and a blog that often features giraffes. He can be found giving talks at conferences, cycling around post-Soviet neighbourhoods or performing music in empty bars.
Posts by Gabriel Clark:
Use Chunking To Boost Your Students’ Listening Skills17th February 2021
How and why your students can improve by listening out for lexical chunks, and not individual words, followed by a simple classroom exercise [...]Read More Teaching Listening Skills
Immediate or Delayed Error Correction? Fix learners’ mistakes21st March 2018
Let’s start this post with a bit of well-grounded research. According to John Hattie’s epic meta-study on factors that impact […] [...]Read More Teaching / Teaching Grammar